Judge My Cover

“Don’t judge a book by its cover.” We’ve all heard this phrase before. It means that what you project on the outside doesn’t define who you are on the inside. Because the cover is the smallest part of who you are. I don’t believe in this phrase. When I browse for new books I look only at … Continue reading Judge My Cover

Somehow “I’m sorry,” doesn’t seem to cut it.

  Greetings from Kampala, Uganda, a country still recovering from when the Lord’s Resistance Army lead by Joseph Kony ripped through the countryside abducting children to be pawns in a senseless war against humanity. Boys as young as four are taught to violently kill their peers while the girls are taken as wives and sex slaves. It … Continue reading Somehow “I’m sorry,” doesn’t seem to cut it.

Damsel in Distress

This is a guest post from one of my good friends, Kendra, who was silenced by fear for far too long. She is now one of the most passionate people I know… Determined to be a voice for those that are still stuck in silence… This is her story. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Every little girl grows up … Continue reading Damsel in Distress

Hope On Bangla Road

Bangla Road was so full of lights and life that it seemed as if we just walked into the opening night of a state fair. Florescent signs flashed brightly, loud music echoed in our ears. People handed out fliers promoting different events going on. Food carts strolled up and down the road. Young girls sold … Continue reading Hope On Bangla Road